Clare College WW1 Board

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Clare College

Trinity Lane




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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Painted
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: A large wooden board with dedication at top & 3 columns of names all in raised, gold lettering and each section separated by raised border.
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CLARE COLLEGE, WAR MEMORIAL, CAMBRIDGE Situated in the Chapel Compiled with additional information by kind permission of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission In Memory Members of the college who gave their lives for their country 1914-1918 ALEXANDER, William Gemmell, 2nd Lieutenant, 7th Liverpool regiment died 15th May 1915 aged 24. Son of William Harrison Alexander Esqr, J.P. and Mrs Mary Sophia nee Gemmell of “Lancelyn” Bromborough, Cheshire. Commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, France AMPHLETT MORTON, James Fairfax, 2nd Lieutenant, Kings Royal Rifle Corps, died 10th January 1915 aged 24. Mentioned in despatches. Son of James amd Edith of Puxton House, Kidderminster, Worcestershire. Buried in Browns Road Military Cemetery, Festubert, France ANDERSON, John Turnbull, 2nd Lieutenant, 20th Coy, Machine Gun Corps, (Infantry) died 5th October 1917 aged 19. Son of John Glover and Margaret of 10, Kingsley Avenue, Kettering. Educated at Laxton School, Oudle and Oudle School. Scholar at Clare College. Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, Belgium. ANDERTON, George Eric Asquith, Lieutenant, Lancashire Fusiliers, attached to 119th Coy, Machine Gun Corps, (Infantry) died 22nd March 1918 aged 22. Son of George Herbert and Laura Elizabeth nee Asquith of Kilpin Lodge, Howden, Yorkshire. Commemorated on the Arras Memorial, France ANGUS, Robert Edward, Captain, 64th Squadron, and Ayrshire Yeomanry, Royal Flying Corps, died 20th November 1917 aged 23. Son of James and Elizabeth of Ochiltree, Ayshire. Commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial, France APPLEYARD, William, Lieutenant, 6th Yorkshire Regiment died 22nd August 1915. Commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Turkey BAILEY, Philip Gerald, Major 36th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. died 26th April 1917 aged 31. Son of Doctor James Battersby Bailey and Louisa F Bailey of 11, Herne Hill Mansions, Herne Hill, London. Native of Bognor, Sussex and brother of Tom who also fell. Buried at Roclincourt Valley cemetery, France BAILEY, Tom Edmond Geoffrey, Captain, 6th Yorkshire Regiment died 2nd April 1919 aged 35. Son of Doctor James Battersby Bailey and Louisa Florence, nee Carr of 11, Herne Hill Mansions, Herne Hill, London. Native of Bognor and brother of Philip who also fell. Buried at Archangel Allied Cemetery, Russia BAKER, Aveling John Wing, 2nd Lieutenant, 4th attached to the 7th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders died 23rd March 1918. Commemorated on the Arras Memorial, France BARHAM, Wilfred Saxby, Captain, 3rd attached to the 1st The Buffs, East Kent Regiment died 10th October 1915 aged 20. Son of Colonel Arthur Saxby Barham, C.M.G., and Annie Gertrude of Hole Park, Rolvenden, Kent. Educated at Malvern and Clare College. Buried in Poperinghe New Military Cemetery, Belgium BASS, Victor Abraham, Private 4594, 20th Royal Fusiliers. Killed in action 20th July 1916. Commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France BASTOW, Frank, Captain, 3rd West Yorkshire Regiment killed 27th May 1918 aged 25. Next of kin, Reverend A C and Mrs Starling of Stanwick Vicarage, Darlington. Commemorated on the Soissons Memorial, Aisne, France BAWDON, Robert Henry Born 1898 died 1915 aged 20 in the Registration District of Newton Abbot, Devon London Gazette . “The undermentioned temporary 2nd Lieutenants relinquish their commissions:- dated 20th February 1915 Robert Henry Bawdon plus 2 others. he was commissioned 19th September (Not listed as Bawdon or variants with the CWGC) BAYNES, Denman Lambert Henry, Captain, 115th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery killed in action 14th October 1918 aged 32 in Flanders. Holder of the Military Cross and Mentioned in Despatches. Son of Admiral Henry Compton Anderson Baynes and Isabel of 9, Lauriston Road, Wimbledon, London. Educated at Clifton College and Clare College, Cambridge. Civil servant Colonial Office. Buried in Hooge Crater Cemetery, Ieper, Belgium BECKETT, Philip Arthur, 2nd Lieutenant, 3rd attached to the 7th Royal West Kent Regiment killed in action 14th February 1917. Commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France BEDALE, C Lees BEMROSE, Roderick H BENJAMIN, J Alfred BENSON, C Dobree BEVAN, C Beckford BICKET, T Barrett BILTON, E Barnard BLACK, G D Austin BLACK, J Neill BOSTON, Lawrence BOTHAM, Arthur F BOWLES, R J Albany BRADSHAW, Isherwood F E BREWER, Cecil H BRIGGS, G Clark BRODIE, Hugh W BROGDEN, I R Rhodes BROMET, J Neville BROOKS, Leslie W BROTHER, Malam BROWN, George Sydney Robert Johnston, 2nd Lieutenant, 3rd attached to the 1st Royal Scots Fusiliers died 22nd May 1915. Buried in Poulogne Eastern Cemetery, France BYATT, H V Byatt BYRNE-JOHNSON, J V CHAPLIN, Rowland E E CHESTER, L C Bagot CLAIRMONTE, G Egerton CLARK, gr Heylin CLARKE, Harold M CLAYE, g Woolley COLE, l Stewart CONSTANTINE, h Norman COOPER, a Lynn COUPAR, sb Nicoll CROSS, r Carlton CROSSLEY, Allan H CUTCLIFFE, Hyne CGH CUTHBERTSON, e Hedley DALE, Alwyne Percy DAVEY, Sydney Guy DAVIES, tj Carlyle DAVIS, w Jervis DENIS, Browne William M.C. DEWAR, Alexander DOLBY, h Adams DONAHOO, Malcolmson G DRUMMOND, Fraser, hr DUNN, p Morgan DYSON, Hubert FALLOWES, jt Champion FARMER, j Ingleby FEILDEN, Oswald h FIELD, s HATTEN FOX, r Wilson FROST, t Lawrence FRY, l Harrington GAFFIKIN, g Horner GARROD, r Perceval GLENNY h Quinn GOLDTHORPE, Arthur F GOODHART, Eric J GORDON, e Pottinger GOULD, hh MONK GRAHAM, r Lynedoch GRANDAGE, w Briggs GREGORY, s Barnes CROSS, Arthur G C HABERSHOW, Philip H HABERSHOW, s Heathcote HAINES, Frank P HARFORD, John HELE, Shaw h Rathbone HEMSWORTH, a Hethersett HENDERSON, Donald HENDERSON, Noel C HILL, Horace F HOSKYNS, Henry C W HUNTER, Norman F HUTCHINSON, j Gwynne HUTCHINSON l GWYNNE IKIN, Alfred E JEMMETT, Charles W KEAY, j Gordon KELSEY, William KENNEDY, John KIDD, j Newman KINGHAM, Leonard A LAW, a Drummond LEES, t Prior LEON, Edward LEWIS, h Morice LINDSAY, f Howard LLOYD, t Glynn LLOYD-WILLIAMS, K P LUMB, Herbert McCLENNAGHAN, A B P McCOSH, Edward MACKENZIE, Boyce M S McKERROW, Charles K McMICHAEL, Douglas W MAKANT, Angus Virtue MALPAS, C Culme MARSLAND, S Hammond MARTEN, Charles P MAUFE, Statham B MELLIS, c Duncan METCALFE, Wilfred C MILLAR, a Liberty MILLS, c Gordon MITCHELL, f Maclellan MORISON, d Rutherford MORRICE, William W MORTIMER, Edmund MORTON, Ellys A NESS, g Stuart NICHOLSON, gc Norris NORMAN, Charles NORTHROP, j Eric NOYES, j Curtis ORFORD, w Kirkpatrick OWEN, wh Kenrick PATERSON, r Denzil PEARLESS, h Nisbet PINCKNEY, John W PINFIELD, Guy V POWER-CLUTTERBUCK, J E PRANKERD, Richard P PREESTON r Septimus PUCKRIDGE, cf Hewitt PYMAN, Alan RICHARDSON, e Benow ROBERTS, c Quinlan ROBERTS, r Bowen ROBSON, eg Uphill ROPER, d Wingfield ROSCOE, t Le Breton RUTHERFORD, j Douglas SASSOON, Hamo Watts SCHOLEY, ch Norman SEMPLE, William D SENIOR, Joseph SHEARMAN, Valentine SIDEBOTHAM, jn Wedgwood SILVERTOP, William A SISSON, George SKIRROW, Geoffrey SLACKE, Cecil R SMITH, wg Furness SPITTLE, T Stanley STANFIELD, a Vivian STERNBERG, Rupert O STIRLING, Gordon S STOODLEY, p Ballard STORRS, j Parker TALBOT, ce Chetwynd TANBURN, w Louis TEMPERLEY, a Ridley THORNE, Cornelius THORNTON, Archibald C TOOLIS, j Hollingworth TOPHAM, Henry A C TREVOR-JONES, Evan E TREVOR-JONES, j Eric TREVOR-ROPER, C Cadwaldr TRIER, Norman E VIGERS, rs Garrard WAINWRIGHT g Chauner WALLEY, Geoffrey S WALLIS, Edward P CUTLER, Edward Trevor WEBSTER, John R WHITEHEAD, p Neil WILLIAMS, Charles J WILSON, Arthur E WING, v Sladen WINTON, Ernest W WOOD, Paul B WOODHOUSE, Disney C ARAGG, Norman J YOUNG, p Mortlock WILLIAM, t Collins

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